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, this is a special edition of "nightline," inside the capture. with dan harris. >> good evening from the beth-israel deaconess hospital in boston. tonight behind these walls in his hospital room, the young boston bombing suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev is painting a horrific picture to authorities. what he is saying you will want to hear. abc chief investigative correspondent brian ross that is this "nightline" exclusive. >> reporter: in the hours before dzhokhar tsarnaev was accused he revealed the why and the how of the deadly bomb attacks. and for all the power of the two explosions, for all the dramatic gunfights and for all the indications of well-trained terrorist techniques the younger brother reportedly told agents according to the authorities it was almost entirely done from the internet, homegrown with no direction from overseas. they used an al qaeda internet description of how to make a pressure cooker bomb. seth jones, a counterterror expert at the rand corporation, has analyzed the marathon attack and how it was pulled off. >> ad libbed part of it and made some decisions on a few elem
. >> then i'm at peace with it, you know? >> reporter: for "nightline," this is dan harris in boston. >> our thanks to dan harris for that. well, next up, they're. co-ing to the skies close to you. but will they make us safer. so, this board gives me rates for progressive direct and other car insurance companies? yes. but you're progressive, and they're them. yes. but they're here. yes. are you...? there? yes. no. are you them? i'm me. but those rates are for... them. so them are here. yes! you want to run through it again? no, i'm good. you got it? yes. rates for us and them -- now that's progressive. call or click today. (annoucer) new beneful medley's, in tuscan, romana, and mediterranean style varieties. ♪ just mix it in, and take play to new places. three cans in every pack. new beneful medley's. >>> as the city of boston shut down friday, one question kept rearing its head. would law enforcement use a drone to help locate and capture the suspects? from controversial u.s. attacks on alleged terrorists in pakistan and afghan sfan to do it yourself gadgets you can buy on the inte
prayers. but we wondered if courage is also a place in the mind, or in the heart. so abc's dan harris went looking for the answers, all around us this week in texas and boston, as the nation was shaken and re-inspired. >> reporter: in boston this week, america bore witness to a college student who, after running 26 miles, gave the shirt off his back to treat a victim's wound. the grieving father who'd come to hand out flags in honor of his dead sons who leapt into the fray. and the off-duty firefighter who gave aid to a badly-injured boy. why did you do it? >> you just do it. you're really glad that you're there and you can do your part to make a difference. >> reporter: in west, texas, overnight, similar tales of heroism. william birch pulled the injured out of a demolished nursing home. >> you have to reach out and help those who can't help themselves. >> reporter: what causes someo to run toward danger when others are running away? scientists say having a tctim,e the boyfriends who shielded their girlfriends in the aurora movie theater massacre, or to a place, as in boston and in texas
will tell but the new gem that's opening on the >> welcome back at 6:24. dan harris joins us from new york to tell us what is coming up at 7:00 on "good morning america." good morning, dan. >> good morning to you. coming up on gma we have breaking news. that plane carrying nearly 200 passengers, overshooting the runway in bali, one of the most famous vacation spots in the world and went right into the sea, we have the latest coming up and how everybody managed to survive there. also this morning, high alert, the president warning north korea to stop its aggression. and meanwhile secretary of state john kerry in china this morning trying to diffuse it. and the prank news about what is dominating the headlines this morning in south korea. also a mom taking center stage. the president pushing the senate to pass a stricter gun control legislation, he is recruiting one of the moms of the newtown victims. her statement this morning. can it affect the senate's decision. and the gulf prodigy, the 14-year-old gulf is genius, standing strong with players more than twice his age as he advances to the
," this is dan harris. >> coming up next, singer michael buble on building a family and the goal he says he'll never be table to achieve. . [ tires screech ] [ beeping ] ♪ [ male announcer ] we don't just certify our pre-owned vehicles. we inspect, analyze and recondition each one, until it's nothing short of a genuine certified pre-owned... mercedes-benz for the next new owner. ♪ hurry in to your authorized mercedes-benz dealer for 1.99% financing during our certified pre-owned sales event through april 30th. >> he has won three gamemys, sold 45 million albums and is expecting his first child. so everything seems to be coming up roses right now for 37-year-old michael buble. but for this big man star, there was a time when singing the words to "feeling good" was a lot easier than believing those words, as heed to cynthia mcfadden when they went on the town. >> reporter: this is michael buble. as his fans love him. polished, sophisticated, here seasoninging the barry gibbs hit "to love somebody." isn't it fun to be able to open your mouth and sound that way. >> i don't always sound that
against them. tonight an unlikely threat >> announcer: from new york city, this is "nightline" with dan harris. >> good evening. history was made today, not just sports history but american history. a 7 foot, 255 pound nba player named jason collins surprised everyone by coming out of the closet in the pages of "sports illustrated." here's abc's amy robach. >> reporter: no move on the court could have ever landed jason collins in the record books like the one he made today. the nba veteran shocked the sports world by announcing he's gay. a bombshell announced in the pages of "sports illustrated" and on good morning america. >> i never set out to be the first. and obviously, you know you are waiting around for somebody else to, you know, raise their hand and, you know, i'm ready to raise my hand but you still look around and are like come on guys. >> reporter: it makes him the first active athlete to come out in the testosterone charged world of professional sports. robbie rogers knows what it's like. your parents and friends and nobody knew? >> no. >> reporter: the last time rogers walk
from tv dan harris. >> gate of hell have long figured prominently in myth logically minded movie and tv show. from clash of the titan tl to the vm pyer slayer where the town of sunny dale built on top of the hell mountain. now scientist say they discovered the actual entry way to the under world or where the ancient consider it to be. if picketing a sinister lacking pulsating portal, well not so much. this is what is left of the so-called pluto gate. the ruins in south west turkey once elaborate temple built around a cave people led believe went straight to the depth of hell. 24 ad the greek history storn wrote this is full of vip or so misty and dense that one can scarcely see the ground. any animal that passes inside meets instant death. that's why the scientist put on gas mask is scientist put on gas mask is for their work it is an ork logical find thrilling enough for indiana jones plot but this is not the first claim laid to satan front door. this crate or one of the other alleged gate of hell. fire there burning for more than 40 years. but back in those ruins in turkey t
teams. national guard men. here's dan harris. >> tonight new video giving us fresh frightening insight that the attack. >> look at this cell phone foot annual. shot by spectator standing between the 2 bombs. after first explosion there's confusion. but relative calm as people move away but then after 11 seconds go by. after the secondosion, panic. in the aftermath you can see people running along sidewalk, carpeted in glass and victims. >> are you okay? >> i have a victim here. shrapnel in the leg. >>reporter: police scanner traffic takes us further in the frantic moment. >> another ambulance. >>reporter: on the way sir they are on the way they are on the way. >> so many indelible image. face of nicole gross one of 3 members of the same family injured. and that 78-year-old runner who was knocked down but picked himself up and finished the race. today boston crawling with arm or vehicle, uniform national guardsmen and officers armed with high powered rifles. on normal tuesday afternoon this part of town would be crawling with foot and road traffic but today it is basically locke
into triumph. incredible acts of bravery. dan harris went lacking for some answers. >> in boston this week america bore witness to college student who after running 26 miles literally gave the shirt off his open back to treat a victim wound. grieving father who come to hand out flag in honor of his dead son who went in the fray and off duty further who gave aid to badly injured boy. >> why did you do it. >> you just do it. you you are really glad that you are there occupied can do your part to make a difference. >>reporter: in west texas overnight similar tale of heroism. william birch pulled injured out of demonthly issued nursing home. >> you have to reach out and help the ones that are not able to help themselves. >>reporter: what causes somebody to run toward dange when others are running away. scientist say having a connection to the victims lick the boyfriend who shelleded their girlfriend in the aurora movie theater massacre or to a place nasa boston and in texas can make a difference. but ultimately says this the harvard professor it's a rare mysterious quality that is nearly
sort of bomb. abc's dan harris, a beantown boy himself, has the story. ♪ what's really going on below >> reporter: a solemn moment, boston was coming together, exhaling communally. ♪ and every breath we do is hallelujah ♪ >> reporter: honoring the victims, saluting the first responders singing the national anthem. ♪ and then big papi, david ortiz, designated hitter and first baseman stepped to the mike for an inspirational message. >> the jersey we wear today, doesn't say red sox it says boston. >> reporter: that is when we lep >> this is our [ bleep ] city. and nobody going to dictate our freedom. stay strong! thank you. >> reporter: the crowd of bostonians, a group of people who -- let's be honest -- know their way around an f bomb ate it up. here's the problem not only were kids in the house and the ceremony was being aired live on cable. >> really, really [ bleep ] brilliant. >> reporter: the fcc frowned on things like bono cursing during the golden globes on nbc. but not an hour after big papi's slip of the tongue no less than the fcc chairman himself tweeted out, "david or
brother was the driving force behind the plot. which was religiously motivated. dan harris with what else he is saying. >> sources tell us that the young man seen on this tape calmly walking go through the crowd with a bomb in his bag. is now being cooperative with investigators. he has trouble speaking because of gunshot wounds to his neck. but he's communicating through writing, nodding his head and making short vocal. based on what he told them investigators now convinced there are no more ongoing plots. and tonight abc fuss has learned tsarnaev told investigators they learned to build a bomb on the internet. today dzhokhar tsarnaev was officially charged with using and conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction. complaint also contains vivid new deals about the chaotic event of last thursday night when the brothers tsarnaev allegedly car jbingd a man. victim describes one of the brother getting in the car and saying did you hear about the boston explosion? i did that. victim says the brother then removed a magazine from the gun displayed a bullet and said i am serious.
brother and what bent them toward terror. the story now from dan harris. >> through pictures taken on the night when the brothers allegedly engaged in a fight with police. that is them says the local resident that took the shots from the local window firing from behind the carjacked black mercedes suv. and remarkably, tonight abc 7 news has learned that police believe during the entire shootout the semi automatic handgun in tamerlan letts gun was the only gun the brothers had. that was recovered in the shootout in watertown which means all day friday as the city of boston was shut down the man holding this hostage justifiably considered armed and dangerous was as far as police can confirm right now actually an unarmed 19-year-old curled up and bleeding in the back of a boat. tonight we are getting new clues in the mystery of that young man. how did a bow like dhokhar seen here dancing like a robot and wrestling with a friend turn into this, the person who carried a bomb in his backbk into a crowd of innocents. auto mechanic gilberto says his friend dhokhar was always chatty and fun
? or is it just creepy? >> sound kind of creepy. >> huh. here is abc's dan harris with more. >> reporter: they say everybody needs a hug now and again. mary and the gang. but jackie samuels has taken this fundamental need to a whole new level. samuel's business based in rochester, new york, is called the snuggery for $60, cuddle for an hour. for $300 she will spend the night. to be clear what she is doing she insists, cuddling. hugging and holding. pg. think pg, not r rated. what are boundaries? >> no touching where undergarments cover and no kissing. and clothes stay on. >> reporter: samuels claims her business yields tangible benefits. it has been proven that human touch releases oxytocin or happiness hormone in our brains. >> there is so much diversity in my client body. they range from 20 up to 85. there are people from construction workers to doctors to -- financial consultants. >> reporter: sharif abdur is one of samuel's customers tired of the expense of dating, he argues samuels service, serves a really need in an upfront way, no mind games, no need to take her out to dinner or call the ne
to our station wmur. and abc's dan harris has the latest from boston. good morning, dan. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. this is it. this is the spot where the alleged carjacking victim said he made a risky run for it after a close encounter with two brothers police portray as merciless killers. we cannot reveal this man's identity for his own safety. but his story is harrowing. the man says it was thursday night at around 11:00. he was in his car, pulled over to the side of the road, when a stranger approached, holding a gun to the passenger side window. the stranger forced the victim to drive to a second location, where they picked up another man and put something in the trunk of the car. officials now believe it was the ammunition and explosives later used in that shootout with police. [ gunfire ] >> reporter: the men, believed to be the brothers tsarnaev, took him hostage, forced him into the passenger seat and took over the wheel. the victim said they asked me where i'm from. i told him i'm chinese. i asked them, are they going to hurt me? they said they won't hurt me.
for sending them in @ginger_zee is how you can find me. and we'll go back to dan harris and bianna golodryga. >> in your next weather, can you put the hat back on that you were wearing in the picture? >> and the braces? >> i didn't save either of those. no. >> the rubber bands. >> they worked. rainbow rubber bands. >> we'll call ginger's mom and get that hat back. thanks, ginger. >>> here it is, by the way, the face that provoked a presidential apology. the white house saying sorry after the president called kamala harris the nation's best looking attorney general. was this sexist, or is this being blown out of proportion? abc's gio benitez is here with the story. >> reporter: good morning, dan, good morning, bianna. this has sparked quite the debate across the country, but as you're about to see, the president seems to like complimenting people on their looks. he's done it many times before. the anger aimed at the president this morning started during a closed door fund-raiser thursday where president obama praised california's attorney general kamala harris. "she is brilliant and she is de
tonight, we are told at abc news, that the surviving suspect has begun to communicate. abc's dan harris with that outside the hospital. dan? >> reporter: good evening. today in his room in the hospital behind me, dzhokhar tsarnaev had his first court appearance, surrounded by a magistrate, court-appointed defenders, and prosecutors. this young man, who was once a well-loved member of his high school wrestling team, now facing a charge that could carry the death penalty. tonight law enforcement sources tell abc news that the young man seen on this surveillance tape, calmly walking through the crowd with a bomb in his bag, is now being cooperative with investigators. he has trouble speaking because of gunshot wounds to his neck, but he's communicating through writing, nodding his head, and making short vocalizations. based on what he's told them, investigators are convinced there are no more ongoing plots. and tonight abc news has learned dzhokhar tsarnaev told investigators, they learned to build a bomb on the internet. today dzhokhar tsarnaev was officially charged with using, and consp
allegedly helping himself to items stolen from passengers' luggage. good morning, everybody. i'm dan harris. >> and i'm bianna golodryga. it's sunday, april. th. >>> after staring danger in the eye time after time, ginger faces her biggest challenge, decorating her new office. and seriously, it turned into quite a workout. >> that's how i was living. isn't that sad? >> in your defense, you were mostly on the road. >> right. and we did it on the budget. it will help folks if you want to do some of those little tricks. >> thaurng, ginger. >>> also coming up this morning in "fixation," they call it vadering, it's going viral this morning. we'll show you how it's done. coming up a little bit later. >>> but we'll start with this video allegedly showing an airport worker stealing items. raising fresh questions this morning about airport security. and abc's reena ninan has the story from washington. >> reporter: good morning, dan. we take our shoes off and even agree to be wanded down by airport security. this morning, we're learning about other major airport breaches. leaving passengers vulnerabl
was abandoning his christian faith. dan harris looks at how the pranksters pulled this off. >> before god will release big blessings he will give you small tests. >> reporter: every sunday, joel osteen proclaims his faith in front of his texas mega church with an audience of millions watching at home and online. >> do you believe the lord is good tonight, yeah. >> reporter: imagine when people saw this official looking website with the special announcement allegedly from the pastor reading i am leaving the christian faith. the site is elaborate with a you youtube video, featuring ominous music and pictures of news stories on cnn and drudge. there is even an accompanying twitter account and this message, supposedly from pastor joel declaring there is zero evidence the bible is the holy word of god in fact there is zero evidence god even exists. one big problem here is the real joel osteen says none of this is true. >> all is well. i still have my faith. nothing changed. >> reporter: we spoke with the pastor who said he finds this mildly amusing. >> i am not angry. i don't feel like a victi
of a city interrupted, half-eaten sandwiches abandoned where the bombs went off. as dan harris gives us new insight, taking us behind those images we all watched together as it happened. >> reporter: tonight new video is giving us fresh, frightening insight into the attacks. look at this cellphone footage, shot by a spectator standing between the two bombs. after the first explosion, there's confusion, but relative calm as people move away. but then after 11 seconds go by -- after the second sploge explosion, panic. in the aftermath, you can see people running alongside walks, carpeted in glass -- and victims. >> are you okay? >> i have a victim here with shrapnel in the leg. >> reporter: police scanner traffic takes us further inside those moments. >> get another ambulance down here at 755 boylston. >> they are on the way, sir, they are on the way. >> reporter: so many images, the face of nicole gross, one of three members of the same family injured. and that 78-year-old runner who was knocked down but picked himself up and finished the race. today boston was crawling with armored vehicles
" on this saturday night. for david muir and everybody here at abc news, i'm dan harris. thank you for watching and i'll see you right back here tomorrow morning on "gma." >>> a stunning new images. what it took to take down a terrorist. >> boston comes back to life now that the second bombing suspect has been captured. i'm ama daetz in boston with the story. >> security at bay area sporting eventsle what is being done to protect you. abc7 news at 6:00 starts now. ♪ sweet caroline ♪ woo woo woo >> a stro of strength for boston today at fenway park as the city and nation recover from a terrorist attack. and tonight we're learning more about how authorities caught the second suspect hiding for hours in a boat. i'm on to ama daetz. ama daetz is live in boston tonight where the city is slowly recovering. >> ama: we're back by boylston street today, where is there a memorial that has been there for days now, and on this saturday, it as if boston is saying, we're back, after the second suspect has been captured. [cheering] >> you can feel the energy in boston as the city comes alive one day after law e
the suspect exposed. good morning, everyone. i'm dan harris. alongside bianna golodryga. >>> the internet campaign catching fire for the guy who owns that boat. the one that got all shot up, with the bombing suspect hiding inside. >>> we'll start this morning with the lastest from boston and byron pitts is on scene this morning. byron, good morning you. we have been taking a look at this new video that has gotten released overnight. can you walk us through step by step of what the video shows. >> reporter: the role of technology played in this investigation. this video comes from the state police helicopter, it shows the final tense moments on the of the man hunt. grenades exploding as police move in to capture dzhokhar tsarnaev. as the 19-year-old steps out of the boat, police make their arrest and providing him medical care right there on the scene. >> those pictures that's a stun grenade going off right there, three of them used. let me ask you about dzhokhar tsarnaev, what kind of condition is he in now and when will police be able to question him? >> reporter: dan, he's listed in rio
of us here at abc news, i'm dan harris. thank you for watching. and have a great night. >>> next at 6:00, new details tonight on the suspect in the boston bombings. what changed this afternoon that has led to some communication with police. >>> plus, golden gate park trarchlt what happened that left this garbage piled up. live doppler 7hd is clear but changes are ahead. the big warmup and what is ahead at for your work week. abc7 news at 6:00 starts now. >>> things are heating up across the bay area. lots of people headed outside to enjoy the warm weather, as well they should taking a live look outside, right now, you can see the gorgeous blue sky, still clear and very sunny. good evening, i'm in for ama daetz who is on assignment in boston. we want to get right to abc7 meteorologist leigh glaser for a look at the heat. any records today? >> leigh: no records today but turning to live doppler 7hd and you can see no returns. we're in a very dry weather pattern, and would you take a look at the highs for today. no records, although very toasty. santa rosa, 87. 81 in oakland. livermore
in the hospital and to collect tamerlan's body. abc's dan harris is following this investigation. >> reporter: new pictures taken on the night when the brothers tsarnaev allegedly engaged in a gunfight with police. that is them, says the local resident who took these shots from his bedroom window, firing from behind their carjacked black mercedes suv. and remarkably, abc news has learned that police believe during this entire shootout, the semiautomatic handgun in tamerlan's hand was the only gun the brothers had. that gun was later recovered at the scene of the shootout in watertown, which means that all day friday, as the city of boston was shut down, the man holding it hostage, justifiably considered armed and dangerous, was, at least as far as police can tell right now, actually an unarmed 19-year-old curled up and bleeding in the back of a boat. we are getting new clues in the mystery of that young man. how did a boy like dzhokhar seen here dancing like a robot and wrestling good naturedly with a friend turn into this? the person who allegedly carried a bomb in his backpack, into a crowd of i
morning, america, i'm dan harris. >> a bizarre profession. and i'm bianna golodryga. it's sunday, april 28th. >>> wait until you see what this dog is doing in the bathroom and why his manners are better than most humans >>> most kids don't have sfigs kated palette but this kid is eating truffles, among others things, he's 4-year-old food critic, he's going viral this weekend. we'll hear from him coming up in "fixation." >>> but first this half-hour the all-out search for a young man who vanished. she was working the late shift at a gas station. >> reporter: on good morning, dan and bianna. the disappearance happened in a quiet michigan community. as you imagine, her family is devastated. >> if somebody did take her, i wish they would just drop her someplace. >> reporter: the 25-year-old jessica has still not come home after working the late shift at this exxon gas station friday night. the mother of a young child vanished without a trace. her purse and car keys left behind. the cleaning supplies that she took out at closing time, are still on the counter. >> this is not normal at all. >> s
, speak up, and take a stand. so what will happen next? abc's dan harris starts us off. >> reporter: all those worn-out stereotypes about gay men? jason collins utterly demolishes them. he's a 7-foot, 255-pound, trash-talking bruiser, who has played on six teams over twelve years in the nba, making it to the playoffs nine times. >> i pride myself on setting tough picks. you know, going out there and being physical. >> reporter: collins made history in "sports illustrated" with these 12 words -- "i'm a 34-year-old nba center, i'm black, and i'm gay." >> jackie robinson, what he was to integration, what billie jean king has been to women's rights, and now jason collins for gay rights. i think this is not just big sports news, this is big news in our country. >> reporter: collins has been hiding his sexuality for years. quote, when i was younger, i dated women. i even got engaged. i thought i had to live a certain way -- i kept telling myself the sky was red, but i always knew it was blue. his one small secret gesture of solidarity with the lgbt community, wearing the unusually high number
homosexuality. abc's dan harris has the details. >> reporter: all those shop-worn stereotypes about gay men, jason collins utterly demolishes them. he is a 7-foot, 255-pound trash-talking bruiser who has played on six teams over 12 years in the nba, making it to playoffs nine times. collins made history in "sports illustrated" with these 12 words -- i'm a 34-year-old nba center. i'm black. and i'm gay. >> can you believe it hasn't happened before you? >> it's kind of mind-boggling. i've think i talk about that, that -- you know, i never set out to be the first. and it's -- obviously you are waiting around for somebody else to raise their hand. and, you know, i'm ready to raise my hand t, you know, you still look around like, you know, come on, guys. >> jackie robinson what he was to integration, what billie jean king has been to women's rights. now jason collins for gay rights. i think this is not just big sports news. this is big news in our country. >> reporter: collins had been hiding his sexuality for years. quote, when i was younger i dated women. i even got engaged. i thought i had to
he tried to hide. dan harris is in boston. good morning, dan. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. dave henneberry lives on this street behind me. it's still blocked off as a crime scene. henneberry became an instant folk hero when his story came out. and when people get to meet him for the first time this morning, i suspect they're going to like him even more. we're all familiar with his boat, but we haven't met the man himself, until this morning. dave henneberry giving an exclusive interview to ed harding, an anchorman at our boston affiliate, wcvb. >> i looked on the floor. and i see blood.
into action. abc's dan harris is in boston to show us what happened. dan? >> reporter: a lot of people were talking about joe andruzzi tonight because the former offensive lineman for the new england patriots is featured in 5i picture that has gone viral. you can see him in the picture, who won three super bowls with the new england patriots, you can see him carrying an injured woman to safety. she is a mother, whose three daughters were unable to help her. andruzzi happened to be at the finish line because his charitable foundation sponsors a team of runners that run every year. when the explosions went off, he started to help people. here's what he said late today. >> the three young girls were crying and they were yelling that my mom couldn't walk, and they were trying to carry her. i thought they were going to keel over. they were young and they weren't strong enough. they were trying, and i ran over and turned around, circled around and saw an ambulance within distance and carried her over there. and, you know, i was just looking to help in any which way i can. >> reporter: he said he
that will affect verizon cu >> coming up at 7:00 right after our newscast is good morning america. dan harris is joining us live from new york to tell you what you are working on. dan, haven't talked to you in quite some time. >> i have missed you, carolyn. good to talk to you. happy sunday to you. coming up on our broadcast this morning we are learning about new cases of this deadly bird flu virus in china. it's spreading and very far away from the original hot zone. why the head of the world health organization is now saying he is not surprised by this. our dr. rich besser is there tracking this for us. also what tiger woods did at the masters that's creating a huge uproar. officials gave him a penalty for this, but some people think tiger should disqualify himself. is his image tarnished again? can he come back to win his fifth green jacket. and what about what is going on in boston? the coffee pots are heating up and we are there to get a sense of what it all tastes like. have you seen the tv ads for the that thing there, the ads for the allegedly healthy chips? we have recruited a fresh
, i'm dan harris, saturday april 6th. "general hospital" celebrating its 50th anniversary. we have combed through the archives and found a cavalcade of stars who appeared on this show. there's one right there. prepare to be surprised with what we show you coming up later this morning. >> dame taylor. >>> also, big news for halle berry. why her next project won't be in the theaters. that's all coming up next but we do begin with a hollywood prank getting out of hand. celebrity swatting, bogus 911 calls that send the los angeles police swarming to the home of big stars. police are now saying the joke is over. ty hernandez is here with the story. >> hey. good morning. the dangerous pranks called swatting appear to be getting more popular and shaken up some of hollywood's biggest celebrities but after four stars were hit in less than a week l.a. police are saying enough is enough. this morning, justin timberlake joins the long list of stars hit by the swatting prank. this video taken from a passing tour bus outside the singer's home shows the result of this dangerous trend. here a tour
, everyone. dan harris joining us now live from new york telling us what's up at 7:00 on "good morning america." good morning. >> good morning, katie. coming up this morning, new predictions on when exactly north korea could launch an expected provocative missile test. it may come on an emotional anniversary and just days away. abc is on the ground there. >>> also, will she run? hillary clinton stepping back on to the stage as supporters wait for any hints about her presidential aspirations in 2016. >>> what about a new group protesting at every one of her events until she throws her hat in the ring? we'll tell you about them. >>> plus, celebritity swatting. l.a. police are fed up after four big stars, a-listers, hit this week alone. we'll tell you what they are doing. >>> general hospital celebrates its 50th year on the air, we have pain stakingly combed through the archives and found a stars that made on the show before they made it big and sometimes well into being big stars. it's coming up in a bit. >> speaking of, you should know i retweeted that childhood picture of yours. >> wel
'm dan harris. it's saturday, april 13th. take a look at what went down in a 7-eleven parking lot in california. there is a man inside and the fire was deliberately set. we'll tell you who allegedly did this and why coming up. >> incredible video. >>> and this morning we're celebrating jackie robinson. 66 years since he broke the color barrier and we hear from mariano rivera about what it's like to wear that iconic number as a blockbuster movie about robinson's life hits the big screen. >>> shooting at a virginia college. an 18-year-old is held without bail after opening fire. why did he do it and how was he caught? abc's ty hernandez is here with the storm. good morning, ty. >> reporter: good morning, bianna and dan. this one ten minutes from the infamous virginia tech shooting, a tragedy actually referenced in an online rant claimed to be written by the shooter. >> all units christianburg pd is en route to the mall. shots fired. >> reporter: moments of chaos as police are alerted to a school shooting. this morning 18 yeerld neil macinnis is held without bail for shooting two wom
into the superstar. good morning, america. i'm dan harris. >> it's so devastating. a shot he's taken so many times. and this time, proved to be disastrous for him. good morning, everybody. i'm bianna golodryga. it's sunday, april 14th. >>> also ahead, our mom testers are back. we've been wondering where they have been. we asked three moms to test out the craziest as-seen-on-tv products out there. and we'll find out if they get the special seal of approval. >> a lot of moms sign up to do this. we connell picked three. maybe next time if you didn't make the cut this time. >>> and check this guy. he's at taco bell. and unusually excited about his meal. we're going to freeze the video here. we'll show you what he does after eating whatever he ate, coming up. >> dangerous. >> yes, dangerous. >>> let's start with the disturbing, new twist in the trayvon martin case. a local police officer in florida has been fired after witnesses say he brought shooting targets with martin's image on them to a firearm's training exercise. abc's matt gutman is on the story. >> reporter: a cape canaveral police officer ha
. that city finally getting a well-deserved good night's sleep. >> good morning, everybody. i'm dan harris. as a boston boy, i watched those celebration, i felt it in my gut. ere for much of the week.n the mixture of fear, and anger, and pride at how boston came together in the wake of this disaster is palpable. and ron claiborne, a guy whoas also spent a lot of time in boston, will talk about that. coming up later in this half hour. >>> also coming up, on the trail of the alleged marathon bombers. our abc news correspondent traveling to a remote region of russia called dagestan, looking for clues about the backgrounds of the two brothers suspected in these attacks. >> one small town in russia where i spoke to their father yesterday. >>> also, we examine the role of social media during this drama. how it helped solve the case. and how it helped manage a city keep on lockdown for an entire day. >> the role of technology fascinating in this ongoing story. >>>let get right, though, to what we're learning this morning. new details about how the manhunt finally ended with the second suspect fou
. good morning, everyone. i'm dan harris. alongside bianna golodryga. on sunday, april 21st. >>> the internet campaign catching fire for the guy who owns that boat. the one that got all shot up during confrontation with police with the bombing suspect hiding inside, the surprise that could be heading his way. >>> but we'll start this morning with the latest from boston and byron pitts is on scene this morning. in front of the hospital where the suspect is being treated alongside, by the way, some of the victims of the bombings. byron, good morning to you. we have been taking a look at this new video that has gotten released overnight. can you walk us through step by step of what the video shows? >> reporter: sure, dan. we get to see the role technology played in this investigation. this video comes from the state police helicopter, it shows the final tense moments of the man hunt. stun grenades exploding as police move in to capture 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev. the pictures show that, as the 19-year-old steps out of the boat, police make their arrest and they're providing
and totally innocent. good morning, america, i'm dan harris. >> did your wife let you do this segment? >> one of the mother interesting interviews i've done. it's a bizarre profession. and i'm bianna golodryga. it's sunday, april 28th. >>> also this morning, wait until you see what this dog is doing in the bathroom and why his manners are better than most humans'. >> that is coming up in "fixation." >>> also, most kids don't have sophisticated palates, but this kid is eating truffles, among other things, he's a 4-year-old food critic, he's going viral this weekend. we'll hear from him coming up in "fixation." >>> but first this half-hour the all-out search for a young mom who vanished. she was working the late shift at a gas station. her keys and purse still on the counter. her family publicly pleading for help. >> reporter: good morning, dan and bianna. the disappearance happened in a quiet michigan, suburb, considered so safe, the gas station had no security cameras. police are trying to take down tips to figure out what happened. and as you can imagine, her family is devastated. >> if some
right. thank you, lisa. straight ahead, how your phone could end up costing you more >> dan harris is joining us live from new york to tell us what you are working on. hejda, dan, good morning. >> good morning. i would like you to slightly amend that just to be your favorite show, not one of. just for the record. think about that. i'll tell what you is come up on the broadcast and we can discuss it on the other end. this morning wel talk about urgent new questions in the boston bombings. we've now learned back in 2011, in fact, russian authorities secretly taped a conversation between one of the suspects and her mom. it only reached american officials a few days ago. coming up, what was on that call and could it have helped prevent the attack or helped the fbi prevent the attack. also the bizarre new twists in the ricin case. first the prime suspect was this guy, an elvis impersonator. now it turns out there's a martial arts person who is under arrest. was it stemming from a personal feud between these two guys? also the boy wonder. his dad discovered this kid reading a newspaper w
and is what next. here's news reporter dan harris. >> collins. all those stereo type of gay men. collins utterly demolishes them. he's a 7 foot, 2 55 pound trash talking bruiser who played on 6 teams over 12 years in the nba making it to the play offs 9 times. >> going out there and being physical. >> he made history in "sports illustrated"with the 12 words. i'm a 34-year-old nba center. i'm black. and i'm gay. >> jackie robinson what he was to interest gracious and king to women rights and now jason collins for gay rights. i think this is not just big sports news. this is big news in our country. >> collins hiding his sexuality for years. quote when i was younger i dated women. i even gotten gamed. i thought i had to live a certain wait a minute i kept telling myself the sky was red but always knew it was blue. one small secret gesture of solidarity with the lgbt community wearing unusually high number 98. reference to another water shed moment in 1998. the year a young gay man named matthew shephard was kidnapped and murdered in wyoming. collins says he knew he had to come o
polite now. he actually knocks instead of just going through the wall. good morning, everybody, i'm dan harris. it's saturday, april 13th. also coming up, take a look at what went down in a 7-eleven parking lot in california. there is a man inside that burning car. police say that fire was deliberately set. we're going to tell you who allegedly did this and why coming up. >> incredible video. >>> and this morning we're celebrating jackie robinson. it's been 66 years since he broke the color barrier, and this morning we hear from future hall of famer mariano rivera about what it's like to wear that iconic number as a blockbuster movie about robinson's life hits the big screen. that's coming up later. >>> but first to the latest on the shooting at a virginia college. an 18-year-old man is being held without bail after opening fire. so why did he do it, and how was he caught? abc's ty hernandez is here with the story. good morning, ty. >> reporter: good morning, bianna and dan. yet another incident at a school, this one just ten minutes from the infamous virginia tech shooting, a tragedy t
's on his list as well. >> really? i resent both of these men. good morning, america. i'm dan harris alongside bianna golodryga. on this saturday, april 27th. >>> coming up this morning, a story so many people tell after enduring death-defying situations. the feeling they have a guardian angel on their side. so many h people say this. now scientists are investigating. they have come up with a fascinating investigation. coming up in a bit. >> it is fascinating. >>> plus, xbox and pizza. the two go naturally together. we'll show you how the two will soon be inseparable. you won't need to leave the couch. ron, are you excited? >> i am very excited. >>> first up, a mother facing charges, accused of lying to everyone by claiming her son had cancer. and by everyone, police say she told friends, family, even the young boy he had the disease. tai hernandez joins us with more. good morning, tai. >> reporter: good morning, bianna and dan. the mother has been charged with theft by deception and endangering the welfare of a child. not even her family knew she made it up. neighbors said when susa
. and it's called pluto's gate. abc's dan harris reports. >> reporter: the gates of hell have long figured in myth logically minded tv shows, everything from "clash of the titans." >> go to the underworld, kill medusa. >> reporter: to "buffy the vampire slayer" where sunnydale is built on top of it. now scientists say they discovered the actual entry way to the underworld or at least where the ancients considered it to be. if you are picturing a sinister, pulsating portal, not so much. this is what is left of the so-called pluto's gate. the ruins in southwest turkey were an elaborate temple built around a cave people believed led straight into the depths of hell. back in 24 a.d., the greek historian strabo wrote this space is full of vapor so misty and dense one can scarcely see the ground any animal that passes inside meets instant death. which is why the scientists put on gas masks for their work. it is an archaeological find, thrilling enough for an indiana jones' plot. this is not the first claim laid to satan's first door. this crater is allegedly a gate to hell. it is easy to see why
in connection with the attack. abc's dan harris is in boston. >> reporter: law enforcement sources tell abc news the young man seen on the surveillance tape, calmly walking through the crowd with a bomb in his bag, is now being cooperative with investigators. he has trouble speaking because of gunshot wounds to his neck, but he is communicating through writing, nodding his head and making short vocalizations. based on what he has told them, investigators are now convinced there are no more ongoing plots. and abc news has learned dzhokhar tsarnaev told investigators they learned to build a bomb on the internet. dzhokhar tsarnaev was officially charged with using and conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction. the complaint contains vivid new details about the chaotic events of last thursday night when the brothers tsarnaev allegedly carjacked a man. the victim describes one of the brothers getting in the car and saying, did you hear about the boston explosion? i did that. the victim says the brother then removed a magazine from his gun, displayed a bullet and said, i am serious. the victim la
matched here in new york and other major cities across the country. abc's dan harris has more on all this from boston. good morning, dan. >> reporter: hey, george, good morning to you. the city is trying to edge its way back toward normalcy but that's tricky to do. you have 12 blocks of the normally bustling downtown shut down as a massive crime scene. second of all, people here are justifiably still a little bit nervous and it's not just in boston, this is happening all over the country. >> the american people refuse to be terrorized. >> reporter: when president obama asked us to stay vigilant in the wake of the attacks, he may not have foreseen this. bomb-sniffing dogs and robots working overtime. americans seeing something and saying something in droves. >> you feel safer by seeing it but brings it to the forefront of what could happen. >> reporter: a rash of suspicious packages called in to 911 tuesday. >> they located an abandoned box in the trash can that's suspicious in nature. it has wires coming out of it. >> reporter: a bomb-sniffing dog took out this hair dryer. in new jer
that a site in southwest turkey could be the real deal. dan harris is here with the story. >> happy to explain. we covered all sorts of dramatic finds in the show. many hotly contested. jesus' tomb. the remains of noah's arc and the gates of hell. the gates of hell have long figured prominently in myth logically minded tv shows and movies from "clash of the titans." >> gate to the underworld. kill medusa. >> reporter: to bucky the vampire slayer where the town of sunningdale is built on top of the hell mount. >> i'm not worried. >> reporter: now scientists say they discovered the entryway to the underworld or where the ancients considered it to be. if you're thinking it's a portal like this, this is what is left of the gate. these ruins were once an elaborate temple built around a cave people believe led straight down into the depths of hell. back in 24 a.d., strabo wrote "this space is full of a vapor so misty and dense that one can scarcely see the ground, any animal that passes inside meets instant death" which is why these scientists put on gas masks for their work. it is an archaeological
to spread their story. "gma weekend" co-anchor dan harris is here with more. huge effort went into this. >> huge. joel osteen is one of the most powerful pastors in the country. if he lost his faith it would be a huge story. the problem is this story is apparently not true. >> before god will release big blessings, he will give you small tests. >> reporter: every sunday he proclaims his faith in front of 45,000 members of his texas megachurch with an audience of millions watching at home and online. ♪ do you believe the lord is good ♪ >> reporter: you can imagine the reactions when they saw this official-looking website with the special announcement from the pastor reading "i am leaving the christian faith." the site is elaborate complete with a youtube video featuring rather ominous muse tick and pictures of news stories on cnn and accompanying twitter account with this message supposed from him declaring "there is zero evidence the bible is the holy word of god. in fact, there is zero evidence god even exists." the problem is the real joel osteen says this did not true. >> all is
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